green.tv joins a crowd of 177000 at Glastonbury as the rain begins…
Tom Jarvis from Reverend and the Makers talks about the Cyclotron Benton guitar he took to Glastonbury 2008. Cyclotron guitars are not made from endangered hardwoods they’re made from recycled plastics. You can buy them at Ethical Superstore.
The Electric Lemon are serving up some serious hand-made, organic, solar drinks to re-hydrate all those parched Glastonbury revellers.
Orange have a freestanding wind powered mobile phone charging station, giving Glastonbury revellers no excuse not to keep in touch with their friends, relay their favourite stories from the festival and of course ask the inevitable question – ‘where are you?’
The spokes are turning on the pedal power revolution at Glastonbury!
Muddy fun and frolics at the Glastonbury Festival.
Festival-goers with amorous intentions needed to look no further for speed-dating than the Greenpeace field.
Shout until you are blue in the face and get a new look at Glastonbury this year with Oxfam…
From solar showers to new and innovative DJs – Glastonbury has it all.
WaterAid is asking Glastonbury revellers to create a big stink to put a stop to the water and sanitation scandal by signing a petition for Gordon Brown…